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The [[Image:Gramps-view.png|link=]] '''[[:File:GrampsPseudonymTree(02Feb2020).gz|GrampsPseudonymTree(02Feb2020).gz]]''' file ideally will have an example of the various relationships in Grampsdata is used to provide a self-explanatory & predictable Tree structute for testing, for exploring through charting options & filter rules, and for experimenting.
This It is offered as an alternative to the [[Example.gramps|example.gramps]] file and supports a standard different learning modality. The GrampsPseudonymTree is more abstract and tries to avoid becoming obscured by non-essential detail. The idea is to avoid losing clear sight of the Tree's trunk & branches behind the leaves. The [[Image:Gramps backup -view.png|link=]] '''[[:File:GrampsPseudonymTree(02Feb2020).gz|GrampsPseudonymTree(02Feb2020).gz]]''' file using ideally will have an abstraction to represent the default gzip compressionvarious relationships in Gramps. Gramps would normally have a  The 'names'are actually generic labels of the relationship.grampsThis allows sample reports, charts & filters to be run where the abstracted results automatically self-document & build their own lookup key. It is useful for verifying results when developing an add-on. If designing a '[[Gramps_Glossary#books report|book]]' extension collation of reports, running the book design on this abstracted Tree of data can produce the foundation for these files but the wiki doesna 'how to interpret this book't permit section. This abstracted data helps verify that extension the database was polled correctly and the data placement is appropriate. Also, when generating indexed output based on a [[Genealogical_Numbering_Systems|Genealogical Numbering System]], the output can be directly compared to the relationship without the need for uploadsa lookup or search in the database. However,  ==About the file== Gramps uses the typical gzip (GNU Zip archive, recognizes 2 variants of files labeled with the extension ''.gzgramps'') format files as its own archival file formatextension. So you can change the extension from There is a plain text file in a [[Gramps_XML|XML (e'''x'''tensible '''m'''.gzarkup '' back to 'l'.gramps'' for full Gramps compatibilityanguage)]] structure & a [https://www.gzip. The GrampsPseudonymTree example is used to provide a predictable Tree environment for testing, for working through charting options & filter rules, and for experimentingorg/ GNU gzip] compressed archive containing that first variant format.
The actual downloadable file is a standard Gramps backup file which uses the compressed variant. (The original 70K XML text file of the Tree compresses to a 9K archive.) This not only provides a faster download but also has a built-in checksum integrity validation to ensure the file transferred without damage.
Unfortunately, the wiki doesn't permit the Gramps extension for uploads. But since Gramps uses the typical gzip format as its own archival format and merely substitutes the ''.gramps'' extension for ''.gz'' normal exyension) files, we'll use the more-standard ''.gz'' extension. After downloading, you can change the extension back to ''.gramps'' for full Gramps compatibility.
==Load <code>GrampsPseudonymTree(02Feb2020).gz</code>==
Follow these steps to load the example family tree:

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